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Es of all the pieces. 'Ibis is the same process used on the leg blanks earlier. e of the roundover bils. For the 3/~"_dia. dowels, you'll need a %"-radius bit, while the 1" dowels require a l/Z"-radius biL CUT TO LENGTH. "Cs have been routed, they can be cut to finished length. You'll want to pay special attention to the backrest rails. lbey should be cut so the holes you just drilled in them are equally spaced from the ends (Fig. 12). The others can simply be cut 10 finished length. However. because the tenons on these pieces will bottom out in the mortises, it's important that the rails on each side of the chair are exactly the same lenl"rth.
I just cut a ON ROUTING TENONS wedge from some scrap to set DECORATlVE ONOOWELS, PROFILE SEE PAGE 31 the blank on (Fill. -&). To avoid clrilling these -j angled holes in the wrong --~ direction, I marked the front face of each leg. Then make I sure this face Scls against the fcnce as you drill. Note: Each back kg needs two ad(litional %"-dia. angled holes for the backrest rails (Fig. 7). ROUND OVER EDGES. Wilh /' / the holes drilled, the next BOTTOM OF ALL step is to usc a:lJl roundover EACH LEG FOUR LEG bit in the rouler table to turn <6W ~~~IJ~ ARE ,~~JlnOfl~ the square blan ks into dowels (Fi!!.
Then I cuI tenons on both ends of each piece using a W'-dia. qs. 4, 5, and the Technique box on page 31). Even though there are two different diameters for the tenons, the height of the bit should be the same for both of them (W'). But the important thing is that the tenons at the holes in the legs. So it's a good idea to stan with the bit slightly lower than W' and sneak up OIl the final size. '; NOTE: SIZE OF TENONS VMY (SEE FIG. 4) , Y,'·DIA. CORE BOX / __ BIT NOTE: MEASURE WIDTH AT TOP AND BOTTOM So to make sure they weren't twisted, I surface.
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